Category Archives: Review

Review: We Can Never Go Home #1

We Can Never Go Home #1 Story: Matthew Rosenberg & Patrick Kindlon Art: Joshua Hood Publisher: Black Mask Release: March 25th, 2015 Navigating the halls of high school is never easy. And for teenage outcast Duncan and popular girl Madison things … Continue reading

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Review: Archie vs. Predator #1

Archie vs. Predator #1 (of 4) Script: Alex de Campi Pencils: Fernando Ruiz Inks: Rich Koslowski Colours: Jason Millet To date, the various cross-media ventures of Archie Comics have fallen squarely into the category of ‘silly fun’ (think of the infamous Punisher crossover or the … Continue reading

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Spider-Gwen Week: #1 Review

Spider-Gwen, Spider-Gwen, does whatever a spider can I’ve been anticipating the kickoff of Spider-Gwen ever since the series was announced, and it all happened because we comic book fans are passionate. Yes, we can get angry and lash out a … Continue reading

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Busting Makes Me Feel Good: The Ghostbusters in Comics (Part 3!)

Who you gonna call?  As we’re all well aware by now, 2014 marks the 30th anniversary of everyone’s favourite professional paranormal investigators and eliminators, the Ghostbusters.  To mark the occasion, I thought it might be fun to take a look … Continue reading

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Busting Makes Me Feel Good: The Ghostbusters in Comics (Part 2!)

Who you gonna call?  As we’re all well aware by now, 2014 marks the 30th anniversary of everyone’s favourite professional paranormal investigators and eliminators, the Ghostbusters.  To mark the occasion, I thought it might be fun to take a look … Continue reading

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Busting Makes Me Feel Good: The Ghostbusters in Comics

Who you gonna call?  As we’re all well aware by now, 2014 marks the 30th anniversary of everyone’s favourite professional paranormal investigators and eliminators, the Ghostbusters.  To mark the occasion, I thought it might be fun to take a look … Continue reading

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Review: Bodies #1 – 2

Bodies #1 & 2 (of 8) Story: Si Spencer Art: Meghan Hetrick, Dean Ormston, Tual Lotay, Phil WinsladeColors: Lee LoughridgeLetters: Dezi Sienty and Taylor EspositoPublisher: Vertigo When it comes to comics, my taste can charitably referred to as “varied”. I will admit that I … Continue reading

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Post-Mortem: Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For

Since I saw the sequel to 2005’s Sin City the Sunday of its opening weekend, in a theater of less than ten people, I’ve been trying to figure out what went wrong. I’ve been looking forward to this sequel ever … Continue reading

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Review: Sundowners #1

Sundowners #1 Script: Tim Seeley Art: Jim Terry Colors: Sean Dove Lettering: Crank! Publisher: Dark Horse With a title like Sundowners, I’ll admit I was expecting a vampire story, but this new offering from Dark Horse Comics owes more to Fight Club than Dracula. While undoubtedly … Continue reading

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Review: Pop #1

Pop #1 (of 4) Story: Curt Pires Art: Jason Copland Colors: Pete Toms Letters: Ryan Ferrier Publisher: Dark Horse I’ve been on a kick lately.  With the release of Image Comics’ title, The Wicked + The Divine and my subsequent obsession … Continue reading

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